Current Party Standings in Canada

Current as of  November 9th 2018

This is the list of the 12 jurisdictions that hold partisan elections in Canada and the number of elected members each party has.
                    NDP/ Ind/ 
          Right Lib left Oths 
Federal     95  182   41   16 - 10 BQ, 1 Green, 1 CCF, 1 PPC, 3 Ind (4 vacant)
BC           0   42   41    4 - 3 Green, 1 Ind 
Alberta     26    1   53    7 - 3 Alberta, 1 Freedom, 2 Ind, 1 PC 
Sask        48    0   13    0 -  
Manitoba    38    4   12    3 - 1 Manitoba, 2 Ind
Ontario     75    7   40    2 - 1 Green, 1 Ind
Quebec      74   32    0   19 - 9 PQ, 10 QS 
New Bruns   22   21    0    6 - 3 Green, 3 PA
NFLD         7   27    2    3 - 3 Ind
Nova Scotia 17   27    7    0 -  
PEI          8   16    0    3 - 2 Green, 1 Ind
Yukon        6   11    2    0
TOTAL      416  370  213   63 - 19 BQ/PQ, 10 QS, 10 Grn, 3 AP, 3 PA, 1 PC, 1 FP, 1 MP, 1 CCF, 1 PPC, 13 Ind
Right are Conservatives nationally, PCs provincially as well as the United Conservative, CAQ, Yukon and Saskatchewan parties. 

I know that the Liberal parties in Quebec and BC are not considered "liberal" parties by many people on the left.  In BC they are a coalition of the centre-right and right.  In Quebec, they are the federalist coalition.  If one takes those two parties out of the mix, the Liberals have 296 seats in the country.

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